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NAMCO BANDAI Games America Inc. today announced that THUNDERCATS® for Nintendo DS™ is now available for purchase in North America. The high-action game inspired by the series from Warner Bros. Animation follows the adventures of ThunderCats hero Lion-O in a side-scrolling adventure through the land of Thundera. The dynamic action will allow players to wield the Sword of Omens and master all of Lion-O’s attacks to deal massive damage to Mumm-Ra’s Evil Forces through exciting sword play. The game also features colossal robot battles and the unlocking and collecting of memorial cards as players complete objectives throughout the game.

The THUNDERCATS storyline stays faithful to events taken straight out of the ThunderCats animated series. After generations of prosperity and peace, Thundera has fallen into despair as the evil sorcerer Mumm-Ra and his Lizard armies go on a rampage through the land, leaving ruin and terror in their wake. Players take on the role of Lion-O, the young heir to the Thundera throne, and wield the Sword of Omens to salvage the honor of his nation and save his people from Mumm-Ra’s evil grasp.

In THUNDERCATS, players can summon Lion-O’s faithful companions to his side to aid him in battle. ThunderCats characters Tygra, Cheetara, Panthro, WilyKit and WilyKat are at-the-ready to help defeat Mumm-Ra and all possess unique attacks that serve different functions to help Lion-O achieve various objectives.

THUNDERCATS for Nintendo DS is available for purchase at video game retailers in North America now. THUNDERCATS is rated “E10+ for “everyone ages 10 and above by the ESRB, and carries a MSRP of $29.99. For more information on the game please visit http://www.ThunderCatsDS.com/.
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